Central Valley 5, Chiawana 0: Kelsey Gumm allowed three hits and struck out 13 and the Bears (19-1) defeated the visiting Riverhawks (10-13) in a District 8 4A first-round match. CV hosts Walla Walla in a semifinal on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Walla Walla 10, Mead 0: Stella Kelley pitched a five-hit complete game and the Blue Devils (19-2) defeated the visiting Panthers (11-10) in a first-round game. Mead hosts Chiawana in a loser-out on Friday at 5 p.m.
Richland 3, Lewis and Clark 2: The Bombers (20-1) beat the Tigers (10-12) at Columbia Playfields in Richland. Richland hosts Hanford in a semifinal on Saturday.
Hanford 18, University 8: Tori Kison hit for the cycle, scoring five runs and driving in two, and the visiting Falcons (16-7) downed the Titans (14-7) in a first-round game. University hosts Lewis and Clark in a loser-out game on Friday at 4 p.m.
District 7 2B first round
Asotin 6, Davenport 1: Macy Mullins had three hits, including a double, and the Panthers (8-8) beat the visiting Gorillas (7-10). Asotin advances to a semifinal against Northwest Christian while Davenport faces Lind-Ritzville Sprague in a loser-out on Tuesday.
Northwest Christian 7, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 2: Jordan Rabee hit a triple and collected four RBIs and the Crusaders (21-0) defeated the Broncos (5-10).
Colfax 13, Springdale 1: Abbie Miller tossed a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and the Bulldogs (13-6) topped the visiting Chargers (5-11). Colfax advances to a semifinal against Kettle Falls on Tuesday.
Kettle Falls 5, Liberty 3: Lily Conklin was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and the Bulldogs (13-8) beat the Lancers (9-6). Liberty takes on Springdale in a loser-out on Tuesday.
Lake City 12, Lewiston 1: Ashley Kaufman and Jalyssa Beamer combined on a three-hitter and the Timberwolves (19-5) topped the Bengals (16-8) in the Idaho 5A District 1-2 championship game at Lake City.
Lake City beat visiting Post Falls (10-12) 10-0 while Lewiston downed Coeur d’Alene (7-16) 1-0 in first-round games. Post Falls eliminated CdA 9-7 in a loser-out game and faces Lewiston on Thursday for a trip to a state play-in game.
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